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Singing sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and the world’s largest and densest Joshua tree forest are just a few highlights of this 1.6 million-acre national parkland. Visitors to Mojave’s canyons, mountains, and mesas will encounter thousands of years of history, profound solitude, and truly dark night skies. Join the National Park Service and Partners as we explore Mojave in this series of audio and video programs from and about this special place.

Mojave Desert Tracks National Park Service

    • Places & Travel

Singing sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and the world’s largest and densest Joshua tree forest are just a few highlights of this 1.6 million-acre national parkland. Visitors to Mojave’s canyons, mountains, and mesas will encounter thousands of years of history, profound solitude, and truly dark night skies. Join the National Park Service and Partners as we explore Mojave in this series of audio and video programs from and about this special place.

    • video
    The Piute Creek Story

    The Piute Creek Story

    The perennial waters of Piute Creek in Mojave National Preserve have attracted visitors (human and non-human) for millennia. Today, those who make the difficult jounrey will be rewarded with stunning scenery, dramatic geology, diverse wildlife, and an unparalleled opportunity to walk in the footsteps of earlier travelers.

    • 5 min
    • video
    A Fighting Chance: Saving the Mohave Tui Chub

    A Fighting Chance: Saving the Mohave Tui Chub

    In their efforts to save the Mohave tui chub from the brink of extinction, Mojave National Preserve researchers and partners benefit from sound science and historical "chance."

    • 4 min

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